Archive for September, 2015

Larry Hernández Waives Extradition To Face A Kidnapping Charge In S. Carolina

Hernández waived extradition on Wednesday to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 30, 2015

San Bernardino, California – On Wednesday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer waived extradition at a San Bernardino County Superior Court to face multiple felony charges in Newberry County, South Carolina. A San Bernardino County judge ruled on Wednesday that Hernández could be extradited immediately after he waived extradition, according to court records.
Hernández was charged in Newberry County with kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the Newberry Police Department.
Last Friday, Hernández was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of José Andrade, a dance promoter from Newberry associated with Lisandro Velásquez, a dance promoter from Illinois. Andrade was the kidnapped victim and Velásquez was forced to get the rest of the owed money for the Hernandez gig in Newberry, according to the criminal complaint.
According to the Newberry County District Attorney’s Office criminal complaint, Velásquez paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance held at a skating rink. Velásquez couldn’t pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held an associate of Velásquez. Andrade was held against his will until the full payment was paid by Velásquez. Andrade was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members. Police was able to get video surveillance footage from a hallway of the Hampton Inn where it showed Andrade being beaten as he was taken to a room by the suspects. He was able to escape after he was left alone in the room and notified Newberry police, according to the criminal complaint.
Jesús Evan Solis, 25, of Rio Grande, Texas was also charged with three felony counts for kidnapping, assault and battery by mob in the 3rd-degree along with Hernández. Solis was taken into custody on September 25 in Colorado and is being held without bail. Solis is expected to be extradited to S. Carolina to face charges as well. Solis and Hernández are accused of beating up the kidnapped victim. Two other suspects were also implicated in the case, but have not been identified, according to Newberry police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.
Hernández is also the star of a reality show called Larrymania.

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Larry Hernández, Mexican Narco Ballad Singer Facing Extradition To Face Kidnapping Charges

Hernández is scheduled for an extradition court hearing on Wednesday to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

San Bernardino, California – On Wednesday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer is scheduled to appear at a San Bernardino County Superior Court for an extradition hearing to face multiple felony charges in South Carolina. Hernández was charged in Newberry County, South Carolina with kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the Newberry Police Department.
Last Friday, Hernández was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of a man associated with a dance promoter in Newberry, South Carolina.
According to the Newberry County District Attorney’s Office criminal complaint, a dance promoter paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance held at a skating rink. The promoter couldn’t pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held without permission an assistant or associate of the dance promoter against his will until the full payment was paid. The victim was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members until he was able to escape and notify Newberry police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.
Hernández is also the star of a reality show called Larrymania.

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Marlon Pastor Mateo, The Golden Charrito Child Draws Crowds At Performances

The Golden Charrito doesn’t let his disability stop him from becoming a singing star sensation in Honduras and Central America.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

Tocoa, Colón, Honduras – Marlon Yasiel Pastor Mateo, 9, has become the Golden Charrito in the community of Abisinia located in the city of Tocoa within the municipality of Tocoa. Mateo has his own Facebook page as Marlon Yasir Honduras and has become a rising star sensation for singing rancheras, Mexican regional songs in his black Charro outfit. He was born with a disability and walks with crutches, but that doesn’t keep him from becoming a success and winning singing contests in the region.
The Facebook (FB) person that administrates Marlon’s FB page is Mayra Villarreal who says, that other people are attempting to exploit Marlon’s talent, but that she uploads his authentic YouTube songs in her name. So, far Marlon’s FB page has 42.8K followers and has more than 7M fans on social networks.
In mid September, Adán Fúnez, the municipal Mayor of Tocoa announced that Mateo and his family were awarded (donated) a property lot in the community of Abisinia and recognized Mateo’s singing ability.
Mateo has posted some of his songs in YouTube, which have generated more than 1.2M views (check out Marlon’s video) and has been performing in local rodeos, singing contests and events. He hopes to travel to California for treatment of his disability and people have been contributing funds for him to get the needed operation on his feet.

Song videos: The Golden Charrito, a rising star https://youtu.be/O90WmQkkmZw and https://youtu.be/20RmROpbKXw

For donations, they can be send to the following Honduras bank account.

Marlon’s mother bank account: name is Mirna Ermelinda Mateo León,

BANCO ATLANTIDA (Tocoa, Colón, Honduras)
Account number: 170620063595

Phone contact in Honduras at: 011-504-9851-7313 or 011-504-9719-9411

In the U.S.A., contact: Mayra Villarreal at (510) 987-6329

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Chicago Drive-by Leaves Two Dead And Three Injured Including An 11-month-old Boy

Chicago police are investigating a multiple shooting that left two women (mother and daughter) dead and three injured in the Back of the Yards neighborhood.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 29, 2015

Chicago, IL – On Monday, two women, a mother and daughter were killed and three others were injured including an 11-month-old boy, according to Chicago police. Police received a call around 7:10 p.m. of multiple shots (at least 7 shots) fired and people had been injured. One woman died at the scene and the second died at a local hospital. One of the victims was identified as Patricia Chew, 24, the mother of the injured child and daughter of the other deceased woman, Lolita Wells, 46. According to relatives, Chew was two months pregnant. The 11-year-old boy was identified as Princeton Chew who is expected to survive. Two 25-year-old men were also reported shot with non-life-threatening injuries.
The family was enjoying a night out and had just arrived home when a vehicle drove-by and fired multiple times in the 5300 block of S. Aberdeen St. in the Back of the Yards neighborhood striking the five victims.
In an unrelated shooting, police are also investigating another shooting on early Tuesday at Fuller Park in the 700 block of W. 42 Street just after 12:10 a.m., at least four people suffered gun shot wounds, according to Chicago police.

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Where Is The Second Speed Bump, Did The City Ripped Off Southside Residents?

Residents on Milwaukee’s Southside and former 12th Diatrict Alderman questioned what happened to a second speed bump that was paid for by residents.

By H. Nelson. Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 28, 2015

Milwaukee, WI – On Monday, the residents along the 1500 block of S. 8th Street are still waiting for a second speed bump that was paid for, but the City has yet to put it in. Charlie Sánchez who lives in the block says, he is still waiting for the second speed. Former Alderman Angel Sánchez stopped by and also questioned why the second speed bump was not placed on the street. Angel says, if the residents paid for two speed bumps, they should get two of them or they should get reimbursed by the City for the one missing.
Charlie told Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that both the 1500 blocks of S. 7 and S. 9th Streets have two speed bump between W. Greenfield Ave. and W. Lapham Blvd.
Angel, who lives on S. 8th and W. Madison Streets committed to calling the City on behave of Charlie for an answer.

Update: Alderman José G. Pérez confirmed to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. that the residents along S. 8th Street from W. Orchard to W. Lapham were charged for one speed bump and that the residents didn’t have a majority to place two speed bumps. Residents, especially La Causa who has a large property parcel from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. Orchard didn’t want to pay for a speed bump. 

News Video: Both former Milwaukee Alderman Angel Sánchez and Charlie Sánchez speak out about missing speed bump on S. 8th Street https://youtu.be/Z9sCCqtr0OE

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Fraud On Innkeeper Charges Dismissed Against Deborah Bryant aka Momma Dee In Milwaukee

Momma Dee from the reality show Love and Hip Hop Atlanta was taken into custody over the weekend by Milwaukee police after allegations that she wanted to skipped from paying a $500 food and drink bill while celebrating her birthday.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 28, 2015

Milwaukee, WI – On Saturday, Deborah Bryant born as Deborah D. Gaither, 52, aka, “Momma Dee” of Atlanta was booked on a misdemeanor charge in the Milwaukee County jail after she was taken into custody by Milwaukee police for fraud to restaurant keeper. Bryant was having a Birthday dinner with a group of 8 people including Shay “Buckee” Johnson at Elsa’s on the Park Restaurant, 800 block of N. Jefferson Street on early Saturday and rang up a $500.00 food and drink bill. Apparently, Johnson and the other companions including two men after arguing who was going to pay the bill, they walked out and left Bryant to pay the bill, but she refused. Police were called and she was taken into custody and cited.
Bryant was booked at the Milwaukee County jail and was later released at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday after posting a $250 bond, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. Bryant was facing more than $500 in fines and up to 60 days in jail, if found guilty.
Sergeant Timothy Gauerke, from the Milwaukee Chief of Police Office, stated, “Milwaukee Police responded to the downtown Milwaukee restaurant Elsa’s on the Park, 833 N. Jefferson Street, about 1:10 a.m. on September 26 for a “Fraud on Innkeeper” complaint. An employee told officers a woman at the bar would not pay her bill. The woman, a 52-year-old from Atlanta, Georgia, was subsequently arrested. The case was reviewed by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office on September 27 and criminal charges were not issued.”
Bryant and Johnson are reality TV show stars for Love and Hip Hop Atlanta with Vh1.
On Monday, Bryant announced that her case in Milwaukee regarding fraud to a restaurant keeper was dismissed. She says, that she was invited to have dinner with a group of people, but that it wasn’t a birthday celebration and that she had gone to use the bathroom and when she came back to the table, the group had ditched her and left her to cope with the whole bill. Police were called, she says she was willing to pay for her own bill and not the others who left. She was arrested as a misunderstanding, according to Bryant. She didn’t release any information about who paid the rest of the bill.
On Instagram, Bryant (therealmommadee) posted a photo of her and her bestie, Shay Johnson, “Reality shows make us seem like we are invincible, like we don’t have feelings or families. I’m eternally greatful to my fans for your support and belief in me! TODAY..the court system found me NOT GUILTY of the charges you’ve been reading all over the blogs. Matter of fact they dismissed the charges brought against me from Elses! It’s sad that in today’s society you can’t enjoy yourself without the police being called.. This is not the 1St time a certain group of people have been targeted by this establishment.. but ok. I can only pray for them and wish them well. Im thankful because ive got the support of my fans, family and friends! I want to say a special Thank you to my friend Shay Johnson @Iamshayjohnson and her amazing famiy.. no matter what ppl think..she always holds me down!”

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Mexican Narco Ballad Singer Larry Hernández Held Without Bail In Connection With A Kidnapping

Hernández was arrested at the Ontario Airport in California by authorities in connection with the alleged kidnapping and beating of a dance promoter assistant in S. Carolina.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 27, 2015

San Bernardino, California – On Friday, Larry Hernández, 38, a popular Mexican narco ballad singer was taken into custody at the Ontario Airport around 2:39 p.m. by authorities as he attempted to board a flight. Hernández was booked in the San Bernardino County Jail and is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, California, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office.
Hernández was arrested in connection with the August 16 alleged kidnapping and beating of a man associated with a dance promoter in Newberry, South Carolina. Police in Newberry issued a warrant for Hernández arrest for multiple felony charges that include kidnapping, assault and battery by mob beating in the 3rd-degree, according to a press release by the City of Newberry.
Hernández will appear at a San Bernardino County Superior Court on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 for an extradition hearing to face charges in South Carolina. 
According to the criminal complaint, a dance promoter paid $14,000 of a $30,000 contract agreement to perform at a dance. The promoter couldn’t pay the remaining balance so members of the band with the knowledge of Hernández held without permission an assistant or associate of the dance promoter against his will until the full payment was paid. The victim was wrapped in plastic and beaten by band members until he was able to escape and notify police.
Hernández originally from Los Angeles, gained his popularity in 2009 for depicting the Mexican drug cartel culture in his album that included 16 ballad songs of Narco songs. He won an award for the Mexican Regional Artist of the Year for 2012 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards. In 2010, he won the Latin Artist of the Year in the New category for the Latin Billboard Music Awards. In 2011, Hernández won Regional Mexican Airplay Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year for the Latin Billboard Music Awards.

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